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Specification - Data sheet

MARLIN CARS LTD SPORTSTER Specification / Data sheet

Engine Options
BMW 3-series E30 1983 to 1992
E36 / E46 1992 to 1999 onwards
BMW 2.0, 2.3, 2.5, 3.0 or 3.5 ltr OHC straight six

BMW E36 (6cyl twin cam)
Max power possible near 450 hp/ton
0-60mph 3.8 secs est.
Max speed 150+

Overall Specification of car

circa 850kg
Overall Length: 3650
Overall Width: 1650
Track width: 1625

By special request the following is also available

Ford Sierra / Granada 1986 onwards  
Ford 1800, 2.0, 2.8 & 2.9 ltr V8 5.0 or 5.7 ltr
Chevrolet V8
Rover V8, 3.5, 3.9, 4.2 or 4.6 ltr .
Datsun 4 & 6cyl

BMW donor parts required (From Marlin website)

  • Airflow sensor complete with air filter assembly
  • Brake master cylinder (servo is too big)
  • Clutch master cylinder and hoses
  • Engine and all fuel injection
  • Engine wiring harness
  • ECU + EWS unit
  • Gearbox assembly (including mounts, cross member, clutch slave cylinder and hoses)
  • Front anti-roll bar
  • Front suspension struts and brake assembly (springs and dampers not required)
  • Hand brake lever
  • Option of complete braking assembly if you wish to retain ABS
  • Rear axle assembly, brakes and hubs (not rear subframe for E30’s))
  • Rear dampers
  • Rear anti-roll bar and link arms
  • Steering column (incl. ignition and floor bushing)
  • Wheels and tyres

Sportster Pictures

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